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Signs your baby may be hungry

While your baby may not be able to verbally tell you she’s hungry, there are a few hunger cues you can look out for.

Antibiotics and your child: What you need to know

Should your child be taking antibiotics? We take a look at the pros and cons of treating infections with antibiotics.

How dangerous is Scarlet Fever in children?

Scarlet Fever sounds extremely scary but how dangerous is this contagious Victorian illness and should you be concerned here in South Africa?

Epilepsy in children | Myths vs Facts

There are many myths around epilepsy. If your child been diagnosed with epilepsy it’s important to separate fact from fiction.

Why does my baby vomit after breastfeeding?

Babies sometimes vomit and spit-up after breastfeeding. The good news is that this is often a common, normal event.

When will my baby lift her head up by herself?

Here’s how long you’ll need to support your baby’s head and neck, and some exercises you can do to help develop strong head control.

All about nosebleeds in children

While nose bleeds can be scary, the good news is that nosebleeds are common in children and are often not serious.

Nightmares and snoring can cause headaches in kids

Does your child grind their teeth during a nightmare, or if they snore? This can lead to them developing headaches.

How to care for your newborn baby’s head

Soft Spots and funny shapes: Here’s why, and how you should care for your newborn baby’s head.

Tummy time: How your baby will benefit

It’s important for your little one to spend time on her tummy every day. Read on to find out the many benefits of tummy time.

Teach your child about good hygiene

Now, more than ever, it’s vital parents teach their children the importance of good hygiene from an early age. As a child’s immune system is...

How oxytocin can help you be a great mom

The only thing you need to be a really amazing mom is something your brain makes all the time: oxytocin, the love hormone. Of course,...
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